What do we do if my fiance(e) does not receive a temporary work authorization? Is there any way I can make absolutely, positively sure that my fiance(e) will receive work authorization so that they can go to work and help to pay the bills right away? We were wondering if anybody could tell us where to enter the U. from Canada to get the proper work authorization stamp for her visa. If you like you can give it to your new physician in the US, you can hang it on the wall in your new US residence, or it can become part of your first load of trash in your US garbage can. Does anyone know exactly what happens to this wad of papers in the brown envelope (after) the USCIS (INS) at POE goes through them? It is sent to the USCIS (INS) district office closest to where you will reside, which will be the office handling your case once in the USA. To work your fiance(e) will need to get an Employment Authorization Document.
The firearms will be inspected at the Port of Entry. Some types of firearms cannot be imported into the United States, and individual states and cities have laws regarding firearm possession, so it is worthwhile to research this subject in advance. There may be some "culture shock" involved in transplanting yourself to a completely new life in the space of 24 hours. However, if while we are there (USVI) we decided to take a trip to the British islands then she would be denied re-entry.
Most unmodified shotguns and hunting rifles will not be a problem.) back 5.10)... I know I used "directly" in this example but we could fly "outbound" mainland-PR-USVI and "inbound" USVI-PR-mainland without fear because in this case she never "departs" the US. What about visiting Canada or Mexico prior to filing for Adjustment of Status? There is a way for a K1 visa holder to do this, but only if you are not married yet. If you DRIVE into Canada or Mexico (not fly), and if you do NOT surrender your I-94 (if it is an older paper version and not the newer electronic version), you can re-enter the United States before the expiry date on the I-94.
Your shipping company can answer questions regarding specific shipments and items.
The shipping company will be familiar with the procedures and forms required to bring household good into the US. Your shipped goods won't pass Customs in the United States prior to your entry as a K1.
The "official I-765 procedure" for obtaining a 90 day EAD based on K1 status (category (a)(6) on the I-765), involves sending the application to your USCIS (INS) Service Center. Every border post will give your fiancee the I-94 form to complete.
This 90-day EAD expires when your 90-day K1 expires. Is there any way I can make absolutely, positively sure that my fiance(e) will receive work authorization so that they can go to work and help to pay the bills right away? They might also be able to furnish her with her Employment Authorization card, although I'm not 100% sure.
The fiance(e) will be notified to appear in person to be photographed and fingerprinted at some point (a biometrics appointment) for the EAD processing to be completed. She can bring her car across the border as long as she can provide proof that it meets US emissions and safety standards for its model year.
Your EAD will be generated and mailed to you shortly after. We were wondering if anybody could tell us where to enter the U. from Canada to get the proper work authorization stamp for her visa. Contact the company's head office in Canada for a letter to that effect.
The airline staff ask if I need a visa waiver or if I'm traveling on a visa. Since the official policy is to apply via mail for your Adjustment of Status Package (which your EAD application will be submitted with) the EAD application will be processed in about 60-90 days (the typical processing time for filing via mail).
You will apply using category (c)(9), "adjustment applicant".
"Any individual who is not eligible to obtain an SSN and whose taxpayer identification number is required to be furnished to the IRS must apply for an ITIN on form W-7" (information taken from the instructions to form W-7). You may use either the original or certified copy of passport, drivers license, birth certificate, identity card, or US Immigration documents when applying. Many K2 children will be too young to obtain a work authorization document (EAD) which is required for them to obtain a Social Security Number. If the goods are really just household stuff (and more than a year old), there will be no tax or duty.